For the animals we all rely on.

When talking about sustainability the common topics are the environment, health and economy. We want to include animal welfare, especially animals in the food production that we all are relying on. In doing so we hope that rest of the industry will join in on the important task to make all steps of animal management more sustainable and respectful for both animals and animal caretakers.

Working towards
more transparency.

With an increasing global population, there is a constantly growing demand for food, and more animals need to be euthanised daily for different reasons. As the worries concerning the environment, health and how we treat animals grow, more and more industries are working on their transparency.

By offering the industry a more humane method for ending farm animals’ life, we see the possibility to create better transparency and better conditions for both animals and employees.

Caring and killing paradox.

People working with animals often do so because they care for animals. Animal caretakers, farmers, slaughterhouse personnel, veterinarians, and researchers are all examples of professions where euthanasing/killing is required. For a human to first care for an animal and then must kill the animal has documented mental strains and contributes to negative mental health.

Introducing a more humane method to the pig and poultry market would improve many areas, nonetheless for the workers. The manual euthanasia methods where the act is carried out by the human do not only require a lot of experience and precision, They are also accompanied by a lot of guilt and remorse for carrying out the act. Using a method that can consistently in a reliable manner carry out the act would significantly improve the everyday struggles of humans working with the euthanasia of animals.